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ASE Professor David Wardle on 2017 Highly Cited Researchers List
15 Nov 2017
With the recruitment of Professor David Wardle earlier this year, the Asian School of the Environment gained its first researcher named on the Clarivate Analytics Highly Cited Researchers List. As...
Seminar on long-term environmental change by Professor Emeritus John England
14 Nov 2017
Noticed how the rainy season seems to have begun already in November this year? To adequately understand environmental change, including climate change, we need to have a long term perspective...
Earth Observatory of Singapore Accepted into JAXA’s Sentinel Asia Group
13 Nov 2017
On 12 September 2017, the Earth Observatory of Singapore (EOS) was accepted as a Data Analysis Node by unanimous consent of the members in Sentinel Asia. This new membership demonstrates...
Farewell to ASE Former Chair, Associate Professor Charles Rubin
10 Nov 2017
Former Chair of ASE, Associate Professor Charles Rubin , will be relocating back to the US in the near future. At a farewell party hosted by Professor Steve Lansing on...
ASE represented at NTU – ANU plant sciences workshop
31 Oct 2017
Prof David Wardle Dr Shawn Lum With the intention to stimulate future collaborations between NTU and Australian National University (ANU) in plant sciences and ecology, a joint NTU – ANU...
Dr Paramesh Banerjee Elected President of Asian Seismological Commission
30 Oct 2017
“I feel privileged. It’s a big honour and also a big responsibility,” said Dr Paramesh Banerjee, regarding his recent appointment as President of the Asian Seismological Commission (ASC). ASC is...
ASE Professor Benjamin Horton interviewed on NPR
30 Oct 2017
Friday October 30th 2017 marked the 5th anniversary of hurricane Sandy in New Jersey. In a program on National Public Radio, New Jersey’s recovery from the vast devastation left behind...
ASE Professor supports USP scholars’ Planet Earth Module
17 Oct 2017
A group of students from NTU’s University Scholars Program visited the ASE last week to interview Professor Benjamin P. Horton on the effects of rising sea levels caused by climate...
ASE Professor explains algal bloom in The Straits Times
03 Oct 2017
When parts of Singapore River turned green due to an algal bloom this week, the Straits Times turned to Associate Professor Federico Lauro to learn more about algal blooms and...
NTU’s Earth Observatory of Singapore leads international sea expedition to study the rupture of the 2012 Great Earthquake
24 Sep 2017
Joint News Release Scientists at Earth Observatory of Singapore, an institute of Nanyang Technological University, (EOS ) will be leading an international team to the Wharton Basin in the Indian...
Cross-latitudinal climate teleconnections for the last 250 ky: greening the path for human migrations out of Africa
USGS Near-real time Shaking & Loss Estimation: Challenges & Updates
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